MORAINE, Ohio — Two former General Motors Corp. plant sites in Ohio and one in Michigan have been sold to development firms.
A trust created by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court to clean, redevelop and sell 89 former GM sites in 14 states said Wednesday that it has sold a former assembly plant site in Moraine in southwest Ohio to Downey,Calif.-based Industrial Realty Group (IRG). The Revitalizing Auto Communities Environmental Response Trust also says a former transmission plant site in Parma in northeast Ohio was sold to Ohio-based 54 Chevy LLC. A former stamping plant site in Wyoming, Mich., was sold to West Bloomfield, Mich.-based Lormax Stern.
The trust did not release the amounts of the transactions.
Trust officials say proceeds from the sales help cover ongoing expenses related to unsold former GM properties.
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